The National Infrastructure Development Company says it is looking forward for the timely arrival of the new fast ferry Buccoo Reef.
In a media release NIDCO says the BuccooReef departed the Port of Pape’ete, Tahiti, French Polynesia today at 1:30a.m. (local time).
It says the vessel arrived at this port of call on Tuesday for bunkering.
NIDCO says the Buccoo Reef is now on its way to the Panama Canal, Panama – a journey of 4546 nautical miles that is expected to take approximately ten days, fair weather permitting.
It says the vessel will then transition through the Panama Canal to complete the remaining 1154 nautical miles’ journey into the Port of Port of Spain.